GREEN LANTERN

(Hal Jordan)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #1’ (2011), Green Lantern performs a durability feat. Green Lantern and Batman investigate alien sightings in the underground sewers of Gotham City. During the investigation, Green Lantern and Batman survive an explosion triggered by a parademon using a Father Box, killing the parademon, in an Oan shield light construct.

How much durability does it take for an Oan shield light construct to withstand an explosion triggered by a Father Box?

In 'Justice League #1' (2011), a parademon triggers a Father Box to explode as Green Lantern and Batman investigate in Gotham City underground sewers.
In ‘Justice League #1’ (2011), a parademon triggers a Father Box to explode as Green Lantern and Batman investigate in Gotham City underground sewers.
In 'Justice League #11' (2011), Green Lantern and Batman in an Oan shield construct, survive the explosion of the Father Box in Gotham City underground sewers.
In ‘Justice League #11’ (2011), Green Lantern performs an energy projection feat. Green Lantern and Batman in an Oan shield construct, survive the explosion of the Father Box in Gotham City underground sewers.

GREEN LANTERN WITHSTOOD 1.57 * 10^42 TONS WITH THE OAN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE EXPLOSION CAUSED BY A FATHER BOX!

THE OAN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.548 * 10^46 N OR 3.69 * 10^36 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH 3.44*10^27 TIMES THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A LARGE STAR!

DURABILITY FEAT:

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